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Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel Excellent 8.6 Everything about the hotel is 5 star, and they serve the finest full english breakfast I have ever eaten. The large outdoor hot tub is superb.We will definitely return again.
The Queensberry Hotel Wonderful 9 We arrived at the hotel hours before check in as we had just landed in the UK from Canada. The staff instantly found us a room that was ready (a free upgrade). We really felt spoilt during the whole stay!
Pratt's Hotel Good 7.1 All members of staff that I encountered were extremely helpful.
Combe Grove Manor Hotel - The Hotel Collection Good 7.7 The surroundings were very scenic and the buildings blended in well.The staff were very friendly and informative. Rooms were well appointed and decor suited the period.
Old Mill Hotel & Lodge Good 7.6 The hotel is in a lovely position, close to the river in a really quiet area of Bath's countryside . The breakfast is amazing with a good selection of cereals and dry fruits, juices and full english breakfast . No problem at all for the parking . The receptionist is a really nice person, he gave us some information about the thermes and he was available to answer all our questions . The hotel is more and less 3 miles from the city centre so you need a car if you want reach easily Bath's centre, of course this is the price to pay if you want enjoy a peaceful area in the countryside with a beautiful view, I checked on internet there should be 5 buses from the hotel to the Bath's city centre .
The Royal Crescent Wonderful 9.4 Staff were superb,nothing too much trouble.Breakfast and dinner in evening both of excellent standard, dinner especially enjoyable because of high standard of cooking and excellent service by Dean
Abbey Hotel Excellent 8.7 Great central location near the river, Bath Abbey, transport and shops. Very helpful and friendly staff.
Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel Good 7.7 The country feeling, down to earth atmosphere, very relaxing, recommend for a lovely weekend
Bailbrook House, Bath Wonderful 9 We were pleasantly surprised when we arrived. The room had a five star feel and the staff were very helpful. We had a delicious meal in the cloisters restaurant. We highly recommend Bailbrook House to any traveler staying in Bath.
The Halcyon Excellent 8.6 Decoration, location, bar downstairs, breakfast
YHA Bath Good 7.1 Excellent kitchen facilities, the bus service is great and easy to use, the actual building is nice, friendly staff
Milsoms Hotel, Bath Very good 8.1 Friendly staff and beautiful building
The Bath Priory Hotel and Spa Wonderful 9.2 The team were impeccable. We are well travelled and this team was the best we have come across.
Villa Magdala Wonderful 9.1 Villa Magdala did exactly what it said on the tin and did it excellently. As a example, the breakfast Bucks Fizz was a lovely touch. We have no reason to look elsewhere when we come back to Bath, nor will we.
The Boathouse Very good 8.5 The staff were excellent. This was a former Boat House (Skulling) and has been converted to a fabulous hotel B&B.

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    Roman Remains and Georgian Grandeur

    Wonderful, World Heritage-listed Bath is an impressive mix of Georgian architecture and Roman legacy. Its most famous landmark is the fantastic, natural hot spring Roman Baths. Although everything above the pillar bases is from a later period, you still get an idea of its appearance in Roman times. Sadly you can’t bathe here, but across the street the rooftop pool at Thermae Bath Spa offers views of Bath Abbey and the surrounding hills.

    Check out the stained-glass windows in the abbey, England’s last remaining Gothic church. Its square houses Pump Rooms dispensing hot spring water from the Roman baths.

    Just behind, the Parade Gardens by the River Avon overlook Bath Rugby Club, the multi-levelled Pulteney Weir and Grade I-listed Pulteney Bridge, lined with shops. Other Bath shopping options are the Southgate Shopping Centre, the bohemian Walcot Street market, and high street stores on Milsom and George streets.

    North is The Circus, a circular square lined with Georgian townhouses, only marginally less impressive than the Royal Crescent down the road. You can now visit number 1 Royal Crescent, restored to its 18th-century glory.

    Before heading to Bristol Airport from your Bath hotel, take time to try the famous Sally Lunn Bun and stop at the pleasant pubs along the Kennet and Avon Canal.

    Hotels that guests love in Bath

    • The Hotel, was booked quite last minute, thought it might be a bit loud as it was situated by the railway station, but we never heard any trains at all! Position was great for walking to everywhere in Bath we wanted to visit. Hotel exceeded expectations.

    • The position was a little out of town but it was only a 4 pound taxi to the center or a 2 pound bus ride that went from right out the front of the hotel. We ate downstairs at the bar on the first night and the food was great. Our room and bathroom was great and they even squeezed our 3rd friend into our room on a trundle bed with now fuss last minute. Really enjoyed our stay

    • Last minute get together with friends in bath, great night out, st Chris inn central and cheap at 17.5 and park overnight at Hilton hotel car park for 16. Train ticket would cost more what can I say !

    • Primarily the price! Compared to hotels in Bath the Uni halls are an absolute steal and breakfast was included (and they do vegetarian sausages!). I'm a sucker for a 5 star hotel but we saved hundreds of pounds by staying here so I would recommend it even if it isn't the nicest.